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Broadway and First Ave.

Broadway and First Ave., about 1909. Taken from a window in the lake of the Woods elevator. The C. P. R. wind mill, water tank and round house n the foreground.

Canadian Pacific Railway

The Canadian Pacific Railway yards as they appeared in 1910. Great development had taken place in the preceding twenty years, since the first train left Yorkton in 1891. In the picture above, left center, it will be noted that in 1910 the fair grounds were on the present site of Jubilee park, the live stock building and large tents are seen. On the right is Livingstone Street.

CPR Annotated Time Table 1892

Two laminated photocopied pages from the 1892 timetable for CPR trans-continental trains. The first page is a copy of the front and back covers - the back cover having a the calendar from May, 1892 to April, 1893 and the second one being a copy of pages 24-25 which shows arrival and departure times for eastbound and westbound trains between Brandon and Pilot Butte, including Wolseley, Sintaluta, Indian Head & The Bell Farm, Qu'Appelle and McLean.

The Canadian Pacific Railway

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